The 10 worst and 10 best cities for foodies
Americans spend about a third of every food dollar on food services, and they spend more on restaurants than at grocery stores, according to the United States Department of Agriculture and the National Restaurant Association. Personal finance site WalletHub recently ranked the 150 most populated U.S. cities as the best and worst cities for foodies. The cities were ranked using 21 metrics that considered affordability, diversity, accessibility and quality, and only the city proper was considered. This gallery shows the bottom 10 and top 10. Is your city on the list?